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Armchair Vacation: Five Films To Watch At Home This Weekend (September 11-13)

Every day, more and more films are added to the various streaming services out there, ranging from Netflix to YouTube, and are hitting the airwaves via movie-centric networks like TCM. Therefore, sifting through all of these pictures can be a tedious and often times confounding or difficult ordeal. But, that’s why we’re here. Every week, Joshua brings you five films to put at the top of your queue, add to your playlist, or grab off of VOD to make your weekend a little more eventful. Here is this week’s top five, in this week’s Armchair Vacation.

5. Para Elisa (VOD)

With Halloween coming in a little over a month, horror films are at a premium. With more and more thrillers and chillers cropping up across the film world, few of them are as small scale and generally discussed as writer/director Juanra Fernandez’s Para Elisa. A
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‘Brave Men’s Blood’ is a lean but empty crime drama

Brave Men’s Blood

Written Hrafnkell Stefansson and Olaf de Fleur

Directed by Olaf de Fleur

Iceland, 2014

Structurally, it’s hard to find much fault with Brave Men’s Blood, an Icelandic film from director Olaf de Fleur, set to premiere on VOD on September 8th. It’s a crime thriller without much fat, and it does an admirable job of jumping straight into the action. At the same time, the film ends up feeling like it could’ve used more fat, as what remains is a fairly dry tale of police corruption and organized crime which doesn’t do much to stand out or warrant its existence.

Some of what little fat there is in the film can be found in the opening scenes, as a young cop, Hannes (Darri Ingolfsson), tries and fails to join a Swat team. His failure is mere character exposition, though—the meat of
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Brave Men's Blood: Oscilloscope Releases Icelandic Crime Thriller On September 1st

Oscillosclope Laboratories will release Olaf de Fleur's crime thriller Brave Men's Blood on VOD on September 1st. From  the  director  of  "City  State"  comes  Brave  Men's  Blood,  a crime  thriller  set against  the  background  of corruption,  drugs,  torture  and Icelandic gangsters.When a former criminal kingpin tips off the head of Internal Affairs about the double-dealings of a  high-profile  police  lieutenant,  the  ensuing  investigations  leads  them  deep  into  the seedy underworld of Reykjavik, where corruption and collusion run rampant, and no one is who they seem to be. The crime thriller stars Ágústa Eva Erlendsdóttir, Darri Ingolfsson (Showtime's Dexter), and Ingvar Eggert Sigurðsson (K-19: The Widowmaker). We have a trailer below for your viewing pleasure. ...

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Watch: Get Dragged Into A Thrilling Police Spy Crime in Exclusive 'Brave Men's Blood' Trailer

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Watch: Get Dragged Into A Thrilling Police Spy Crime in Exclusive 'Brave Men's Blood' Trailer
Read More: Why You Need to Start Paying Attention to Icelandic Cinema Olaf de Fleur's "Brave Men's Blood," a new Icelandic crime thriller, has premiered a chaotic two minute trailer full of police fights, spies, drugs and violence.  Taking place in Reykjavík, the film follows the investigation into a suspected spy working high up in the city's police force. An intense falling out ensues in a confusing jumble of crime and crime-fighting, filled with gangsters, torture tactics and a complicated mess of violent confrontations. The thriller stars Ágústa Eva ErlendsdóttirDarri Ingolfsson and Ingvar Eggert Sigurðsson. Watch the trailer above. The film will be released by Oscilloscope Laboratories on VOD on September 1. Read More: Does Iceland Deserve A Better Movie? Examining the Landscape of 'Land Ho!'
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Breaking Bad's Giancarlo Esposito joins Jodie Foster's Money Monster

Breaking Bad's Giancarlo Esposito joins Jodie Foster's Money Monster
Giancarlo Esposito is to star in Jodie Foster's Money Monster.

The Breaking Bad actor joins the financial drama, which also stars Jack O'Connell and George Clooney.

Money Monster will centre around bombastic TV personality Lee Gates (Clooney), who offers money advice on his hit show.

O'Connell plays Kyle Budwell - a struggling worker who hatches a kidnap plot to take Gates hostage live on air.

Esposito, who played Gustavo 'Gus' Fring on the AMC drama, will star as NYPD Captain Marcus Powell - the officer in charge of the hostage situation - reports Deadline.

Dominic West, Caitriona Balfe and Darri Ingolfsson also star in the drama.

Filming for Money Monster is already under way.

Esposito was previously confirmed to star in the forthcoming Maze Runner sequel.

Watch the trailer for Jodie Foster's most recent directorial effort The Beaver below:
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Giancarlo Esposito Joins Money Monster

Giancarlo Esposito Joins Money Monster
With George Clooney and Julia Roberts in place as leads, Jodie Foster has been gathering the ensemble she needs around them for new, finance-flavoured drama Money Monster. Her newest recruit is prolific character actor and Breaking Bad veteran Giancarlo Esposito.Money Monster features Clooney as Lee Gates, a loud, gregarious financial TV host who offers stock advice on his eponymous hit cable TV show in a style that would probably make Robert Peston blanch. Roberts will be Nancy Fenn, the director and executive producer of the show.When Gates makes a bad call on a trade and throws a company’s future into doubt, Kyle Budwell (Jack O’Connell) a blue-collar worker sick of the damage still being done by Wall Street, decides to take Gates hostage on air to increase a stock’s value and expose the corruption behind the financial market. Esposito will be NYPD Captain Marcus Powell,
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Film Review: ‘Brave Men’s Blood’

Film Review: ‘Brave Men’s Blood’
A cop in Internal Affairs discovers the head of the narc unit is on the take in Olaf de Fleur’s “Brave Men’s Blood,” a by-the-book cop drama with a script that resembles any number of TV police shows. Reprising three of the major roles from Fleur’s locally popular “City State,” this sequel doesn’t demand prior knowledge (though it will increase a sense of character), since “Brave” stands alone on its wobbly feet. Solid if standard visuals and a relatively involving storyline may translate into Ok biz in Nordic territories; home play following an October opening was decent.

Gunnar Gunnerson (Ingvar E. Sigurdsson) was Iceland’s biggest drug dealer until his territory was taken over by Serbian immigrant Sergej (Zlatko Krickic). Now in the slammer, Gunnar wants revenge, so turns to rookie cop Hannes (Darri Ingolfsson), new to Internal Affairs, telling him that drug division chief Margeir
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New NCIS Los Angeles Season 5,Episode 22 Official Spoilers,Plotline Revealed By CBS

Recently, CBS released the new,official,synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "NCIS" episode 22 of season 5. The episode is called, "One More Chance," and it sounds like things will get quite intriguing as the team's newest cases will involve two different dilemmas that are possibly linked, and more. In the new, 22nd episode press release: When the software for a highly sought-after unmanned aerial vehicle is stolen and the lead engineer's 10-year-old daughter goes missing, Sam is going to be convinced the two are related. Press release number 2: Sam will be convinced that the theft of software for a new unmanned aerial vehicle, is connected with the disappearance of the lead engineer's 10-year-old daughter, who is also a girl Sam once provided protection detail for in Saudi Arabia. Guest stars will feature: Kristen Ariza (Jessica Peyton), Lawrence Kao (John Stikler), Darri Ingolfsson (Dr. Nolan Milhouse)Dan Glenn (Man #1), Storm Reid
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Dexter Showrunner Defends Finale, Former Showrunner Offers Alternate Ending

This past Sunday, Showtime’s dark hit drama Dexter wrapped up its eight-season run with a finale that most fans and critics, including our own Christian Law, saw as weak, unsatisfying, lazy and haphazard, but showrunner Scott Buck stands by his decision to end the show in the way he did.

Spoilers for the series finale of Dexter follow.

Following the finale’s overwhelmingly negative reception, Buck told THR that he, for one, was fully satisfied with Dexter‘s swan song, stating:

I’ve also heard that some viewers are not happy with this season, and they all have different reason for it. So much of the stuff you read is that people want the show to be like it was the first few years where Dexter would go out and kill people. If we had continued to follow that line, the show would have gotten old very fast. This
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‘Dexter’ Series Finale: Dexter Finally Pays For His Sins

A storm is coming — literally. Dexter thought he could change, but all the chaos erupting around him suggests otherwise. Has he dug himself a hole as deep as Biscayne Bay, or will he find a way out of it all once more for old time’s sake? This is it folks, enjoy it.

Last episode, Dexter (Michael C. Hall) was well on his way towards a happy ending. Not so fast. He forgot The Code (maybe a long time ago) and now he’s on the verge of either being murdered, being arrested, or watching his sister (Jennifer Carpenter) die. Never a dull moment, Dex!

Thankfully it seems the bullet that Debra took “bounced around,” but it missed all of her major organs — she’s going to be okay.

Dexter Says His Goodbyes

In the hospital, Debra and Dexter do have a touching moment where they seem to finally completely
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Michael C. Hall: ‘Dexter’ Series Finale Will Be A ‘Roller Coaster Ride’

The second-to-last episode ever of ‘Dexter’ left viewers completely stunned, but the show’s star tells HollywoodLife.com that the thrills are just getting started.

With just one episode of Dexter left — ever — things are not looking good for our favorite serial killer (the spoiler alerts start right about now). The Brain Surgeon is on the loose, Deb has a bullet hole in her abdomen, and Dexter’s dream of escaping to Argentina is growing dimmer by the second. With the series finale premiering tonight, Sept. 22 at 9 p.m. Et on Showtime, what’s in store for viewers? Dexter (Michael C. Hall) himself dropped some hints to HollywoodLife.com.

Michael C. Hall Talks About The ‘Dexter’ Series Finale

Michael tried to remain tight-lipped about his show’s final episode, but he did describe it as “a roller coaster ride.”

“All aspects of all the best roller coasters,” Michael said, “loops,
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‘Dexter’ Recap: Vogel Picks Between Dexter & The Brain Surgeon

Dexter always talks about how family is everything to him, and then he goes and underestimates Dr. Vogel’s bond to her Brain Surgeon son, Daniel. Now look what you’ve done, Dex!

Dr. Vogel (Charlotte Rampling) turned to the dark side, after Dexter (Michael C. Hall) arrogantly underestimated the family of family ties. He simply can’t do it alone anymore — will he finally call on his own family and friends to defeat the Brain Surgeon?

Will Vogel Choose Brains Over Blood?

Vogel learned from her mistakes with her son, brain scooper aficionado Daniel (Darri Ingolfsson), in order to craft Dexter into a killing machine. And that’s why Daniel has been going around murdering a ton of people — he’s jealous! There’s so much mommy drama going on my head hurts.

Against her best judgment, Vogel is under the impression that she can help and fix her son.
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Michael C. Hall: The Brain Surgeon Is Dexter’s Most ‘Formidable’ Enemy

Dexter’ is coming to an end (just three episodes left!), and for the first time it appears our favorite serial killer may not be in control of his fate. HollywoodLife.com sat down with the star of the show, who explained why this season’s villain could be the one to take Dex down. Spoilers Ahead!

In the ninth episode of Dexter’s eight and final season, we saw how Dexter (Michael C. Hall) underestimated his enemy the Brain Surgeon. With the entire series nearing an end, Michael tells HollywoodLife.com exactly why the Surgeon could be Dexter’s most vicious foe.

Michael C. Hall On Dexter’s Latest Enemy

First of all, Michael explains that the Brain Surgeon’s (Darri Ingolfsson) initial mysteriousness is what sets up such a tense dynamic in the show: “He’s faceless, you know? We don’t know who he is and we thought
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‘Dexter’: How Will The Series End?

With just three episodes remaining in the entire series, ‘Dexter’ is racing towards its finish line. But deep into the eighth season, it still looks like the show could end in a variety of ways. Will our favorite serial killer be caught? Killed? Will he get away with everything he’s done over the past eight seasons?

Dexter, and the serial killer by the same name, had Labor Day Weekend off. Which is great, because it allowed to us catch our breath but also start spinning our wheels trying to figure out how the show will end. With just three Dexter episodes left, here are five theories, from least crazy to that-could-never-happen insane.

Dexter’: 5 Theories On The Series’ End

5. Dexter Gets Caught By Quinn Or Elway

Joey Quinn (Desmond Harrington) has always been suspicious of Dexter Morgan (Michael C. Hall), a low-level Doakes if you will. He’s bound
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‘Dexter’ Final Three Episodes Preview: A Storm Is Coming

[Warning: Season 8 Spoilers Ahead!]

After eight seasons of Dexter – about Dexter Morgan (Michael C. Hall), a Miami Metro P.D. blood spatter expert and serial killer of serial-killers – the final three episodes are nigh. We now know the identity of the killer known as the Brain Surgeon, and the stage is set for the final conflict. Showtime has released a gripping new trailer for the last three episodes.

After a season spent eliminating various former patients of Dr. Evelyn Vogel (Charlotte Rampling) as suspects, her maternal feelings toward Dexter are put to the test now that we know that her supposedly dead psychopath son, Daniel (Darri Ingolfsson), is alive and murdering people under the name Oliver Saxon. Saxon has trained his sights on Dexter, who he sees as competition for his mother’s affection.

The new trailer teases this endgame, as ...

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Dexter season 8 episode 9 review: Make Your Own Kind Of Music

Review Billy Grifter 27 Aug 2013 - 08:35

As Dexter nears its ultimate finale, Billy thinks we're being taken for a ride. Here's his review of Make Your Own Music...

This review contains spoilers.

8.9 Make Your Own Kind Of Music

With so few episodes to go now, when I'm watching Dexter, my concentration is split between what's happening at that moment, and where this is ultimately going. It's the second part that's a major concern now. 

The over arching theme we've been given this season is the idea of stability followed by destruction, as each time things calm down, that tranquillity isn't allowed to stand. Vogel doesn't believe that Dexter can stand with a foot in each world, and as such, he's destined to fail as a human being. Is it just me who's getting confused about her definition of a 'perfect psychopath'? Surely, it's Dexter's human side that's helped him remain free until now,
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Dexter Season 8 Preview: Episode 7 Preview

M&C has added production stills from the upcoming seventh episode of Showtime's Dexter Season 8. Michael C. Hall as Dexter Morgan (Season 8) - Photo: Jim Fiscus/Showtime Jennifer Carpenter as Debra Morgan and Michael C. Hall as Dexter Morgan in Dexter (Season 8, episode 7) - Photo: Randy Tepper/Showtime Michael C. Hall as Dexter Morgan and Jadon Wells as Harrison in Dexter (Season 8, episode 7) - Photo: Randy Tepper/Showtime Sam Underwood as Zach Hamilton in Dexter (Season 8, episode 7) - Photo: Randy Tepper/Showtime Sam Underwood as Zach Hamilton and Michael C. Hall as Dexter Morgan in Dexter (Season 8, episode 7) - Photo: Randy Tepper/Showtime Darri Ingolfsson as Saxon and Bethany Joy Lenz as Cassie in Dexter
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Julian Sands Cast on Dexter Season 8

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Julian Sands has been cast on Dexter Season 8.

The actor (24, Smallville, Castle, Person of Interest) will come on board the Showtime smash as Miles Foster, a wealthy international businessman.

TV Guide broke the casting news, but no other details are available at this time.

The network confirmed this month that Season 8 - which premieres June 30 and will include appearances by Yvonne Strahovski, Darri Ingolfsson, Charlotte Rampling and Sean Patrick Flanery - will be the show's last.

It also revealed a clip from the Dexter season premiere.
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Julian Sands Signs on for Dexter Season 8

To kick off your Saturday morning, we have a casting update for the eighth and final season of Showtime's "Dexter": Julian Sands (Warlock, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, "24") has signed on as a guest star, as has Darri Ingolfsson ("Last Resort").

Per TV Guide, Sands (pictured) will play Miles Foster, a wealthy international businessman. Further details on his role are being kept under wraps. As for Ingolfsson, his casting was announced by EW a while ago, but we somehow missed it. He'll play an antiques dealer of old medieval equipment who starts dating Dexter’s neighbor in a multi-episode arc.

"Dexter" Season 8, starring Michael C. Hall and Jennifer Carpenter with previously announced guest stars that include Yvonne Strahovski, Bethany Joy Lenz, Rhys Coiro, Charlotte Rampling, Nick Gomez, and Sean Patrick Flanery, premieres on June 30th.

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Dexter Season 8 Spoiler: Dexter To Get Possible Trouble With New Neighbor & More

Dexter to get possible trouble with new neighbor & more in this new Dexter season 8 spoiler. According to TV Guide, Dexter season 8 is getting ready to bring on a new,next door neighbor ,named Cassie, for Dexter that is speculated to possibly give him a little grief as she just wants to live a quieter life. She's going to be played by former "One Tree Hill" starlet Bethany Joy Lenz. Cassie is described as "an attractive former finance executive looking for a quieter life," and will be dating a guy that's played by "Last Resort" actor Darri Ingolfsson. In related news, Showtime recently dropped the first teaser promo clip for season 8,and it ran off the names of all the Dark Passenger's victims,including Deb! Uh oh. As previously reported,season 8 is highly speculated to be the final season,and will debut a little earlier this year with a start date of June 30th,
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